Every now and then we need to be reminded about our local unsung heroes. La Sal has a wonderful cadre of Emergency Responders who are called into action as the need arises.
4.4 earthquake near La Sal on Jan. 23
Did you feel that? Me neither! We’ve had seismic activity in our area before and some feel the movement and other don’t. I did not feel anything Wednesday night, but seismic activity was definit...
It is good to see the world covered in winter white – especially “The Mountain”. Christmas Eve day was perfect with gentle snow falling all day. Kids were out and about sledding – or as they do i...
Yep, it’s that time of year again – the epitome of redneck entertainment - the annual, bi-annual, no real schedule whenever we feel like it – La Sal dynamite shoot.
School is out – It should be summer
We finished planting all the flowers in our yard last week. I think they are now growing in Moab. In our yard is now a goodly portion of the Navajo Reservation. Hope they planted something inter...
I attended the uranium open house last Thursday so that I could give a report. No, there was not much seeing red at that meeting. It was very civil. More on that later.
Uranium – It’s a “hot” topic
When folks ask me about La Sal, I say it is an old ranching and mining town. For ranching it is feast and famine – leaning more toward famine. Local mining is ebb and flow.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that maybe we’ve seen the last of Indian Summer for 2010.
Firsts and lasts
Today is the first day of the 2010-11 school year. At least for the San Juan School District. Soon it will be the first football game at Monticello High School, the first volleyball match and cr...